*
*


CAPTCHA Image   Reload Image
X

Princess Diana.

рефераты, английский язык

Объем работы: 15 стр.

Год сдачи: 2008

Стоимость: 350 руб.

Просмотров: 646

 

Не подходит работа?
Узнай цену на написание.

Оглавление
Введение
Литература
Заказать работу
1.Biography of Diana, Princess of Wales……….3

2.Early years of Princess Diana…………………………………………5

3.Wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana……………………….7

4.Princess Diana - Break up of Marriage with Prince Charles……….8

5.Princess Diana Charity work…………………………………………10

6.Princess Diana and Landmines Campaign………………………….11

7.Death of Princess Diana………………………………………………13

Bibliography……………………………………………………………15

1. Biography of Diana, Princess of Wales



Lady Diana Frances Spencer, (Diana Frances Mountbatten-Windsor, née Spencer) bo
July 1, 1961, in Norfolk, England. Her father, Lord Althorp, became the eighth Earl Spencer in 1975; he had served as a personal equerry to both King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II. Lady Diana Spencer grew up on her family mansion near the British royal family’s estate in Sandringham, England. When she was only six years old, her mother, Frances, left her father for Peter Shand Kydd, a wealthy businessman. Though her two sisters, Sarah and Jane, were by then in boarding school, Diana and her younger brother Charles unhappily divided their time during the next several years between their parents’ homes. Diana attended the exclusive West Heath boarding school in Kent for four years, but dropped out when she was 16. After a term at a Swiss finishing school, she ended her formal education and got a job in London working as a nursery school teacher’s aide. Though she had known the Prince of Wales, heir to the throne of the United Kingdom, for most of her life (his younger brother Andrew had been her childhood playmate and Charles had dated her older sister, Sarah), their relationship began to intensify during a visit with her sister Jane, who was married to the queen’s assistant secretary, as a guest of the royal family at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. When the press noticed the prince’s growing interest in the young Lady Spencer, they began to follow Diana’s movements and photograph her at every opportunity. At the age of 19, Lady Diana Spencer had become an object of fixation for the national media, and she soon cultivated a bashful but charming smile for the cameras that ea
ed her the nickname “Shy Di.”

Lady Diana Frances Spencer was the first wife of Charles, Prince of Wales. From her marriage in 1981 to her divorce in 1996 she was styled "Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales". After her divorce from the Prince of Wales in 1996...

Bibliography



1. Morton, Andrew, Diana: Her True Story, Simon & Schuster, 1992.

2. Morton, Andrew, Diana: her new life, Pocket Star, 1995.

3. Davies, Nicholas, Diana: the lonely princess, Carol Pub., 1996.

4. Clarke, Mary Little girl lost: the troubled childhood of Princess Diana by the woman who raised her, Carol Pub., 1996.

5. Daily Telegraph, November 29, 1994; November 15, 1995;November 22, 1995; February 12, 1996; February 29, 1996; March 4, 1996.

6. Esquire, June 1992.

7. Macleans, July 24, 1989; August 5, 1991; June 15, 1992.

8. McCalls, June 1982.

9. Newsweek, October 28, 1985; February 6, 1989; June 22, 1992; September 15, 1997.

10. New York Times, March 30, 1992; June 9, 1992; June 20, 1992.

11. People, Spring 1988; July 16, 1990; September 14, 1992; September 15, 1997; September 22, 1997.

12. Saturday Evening Post, September 1989.

13. Time, March 9, 1981; August 3, 1981; February 28, 1983; November 11, 1985; July 29, 1991; September 15, 1997.

После офорления заказа Вам будут доступны содержание, введение, список литературы*
*- если автор дал согласие и выложил это описание.

Работу высылаем в течении суток после поступления денег на счет
ФИО*


E-mail для получения работы *


Телефон


ICQ


Дополнительная информация, вопросы, комментарии:



CAPTCHA Image
Сусловиямиприбретения работы согласен.

 
Добавить страницу в закладки
Отправить ссылку другу